Minor in Computing and Devices
Minor in Computing
For those students majoring in disciplines other than computer science who wish to gain a deeper understanding of computing and its applications, the College of Computing offers the minor in computer science. Click here for additional information.
- Computing & Media
- Computing & People
- Computing & Intelligence
- Computing & Devices
- Computing & Information Internetworks
- Computing & Systems and Architecture
- Computing & Theory
Program of Study
The Computing: Devices minor must comprise at least 17 credit hours of computer science coursework of which at least 9 credit hours must be at the 3000 level or higher.
A CS Minor application is required.
|Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 1|
|CS 2110||Computer Organization and Programming 2||4|
|CS 2200||Computer Systems and Networks||4|
|CS 3251||Computer Networking I||3|
|Select one of the following sequences: 3||6|
|Prototyping Intelligence Appliances (and one CS course from Devices in the Real World) 3|
One CS 3000/4000 level course from one of the elective categories in the Devices Thread.
|Total Credit Hours||17|
CS 1331 prerequisite for the minor required (this course does NOT count toward the 17 credit hours required for minor) and a grade of A or B is required
Numbered 3000 or above.
- No Special Problems or Internship coursework may be used towards the CS minor.
- A grade of A or B is required for CS 1301/CS 1315/CS 1371 and CS 1331. All other minor courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.
- Only CS courses are included in the minor.
- A maximum of 3 credit hours of transfer credit may be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor. This includes courses taken at another institution or credit earned through the AP or IB program, assuming the scores meet Georgia Tech minimum standards.
- It is the major advisor’s responsibility to verify that students are not using any courses required by name and number for their major, that they are not using any core area A-E courses (including humanities and social sciences), and that they are not using any courses for more than one minor or certificate. Free electives may be used towards minors.